Definition of ice show in English:

ice show

Syllabification: ice show

noun

An entertainment performed by ice skaters.
More example sentences
  • The theatre's stage has been transformed into an ice rink for the spectacular ice show Sleeping Beauty, which features Olympic skating stars from Russia.
  • It's more like an Austin Powers review, or an ice show spectacular - just a framework for comedy bits and musical numbers.
  • If the show's producers have any sense, they'll be booking a tribute to Stevie Wonder next: surely the only artists who'd approve this sort of thing would be those who've never actually seen an ice show.

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